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I desperatly need some help i bought a persian for 1000.00 from a breeder and after 3 weeks she died suddenly from liver abnormailitys which vet said she was posibly born with it developed very quickly the breeder has not offered me a new kitten or a refund ive tried sending her 2 letters before action but to no avail both letters were signed for so i knew she would get them

PLease can someone advise me wethere it is worth my time taking her to small claims court if so would i loose more money

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Yes it is worth your while going to Small Claims Court. Make sure that you've got a written statement from the vet.

 

Also I suggest that you have a research around the Internet about the breeder to see if there are any similar problems reported. This would help you.

 

Who is the breeder? Please let us know.

 

And finally, here's something that you may not want to hear – but what a shame to be able to spend such enormous amount of money on a farm bred animal when there are so many others needing homes and which come basically for free.

 

Anyway, please let us know if you want to begin a small claim and if you can get the paperwork and we will help you.

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By the way, why have you been sending multiple letters before action?

 

If there is anything calculated to make you lose credibility and to make the other side realise that you are weak, it is to send letters before action and then not follow up on your threat.

 

You should have had all of this worked out before you start firing off letters. You only make it more difficult for yourself and for other people later on who might find themselves in the same predicament.

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thank you for your quick reply

yes i do no what your saying but i fell in love with her the breeder has stopped breeding these kittens and had her queens and stud now neutered which to me says alot..

i wish to go ahead with court proceedings now i have your advie please i do have a copy of vet report also

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I hope that if you sort this out and get your money back, you will simply go to the local RSPCA and get yourself a couple of beautiful kittens that you will soon fall in love with and will probably be much healthier – and also you have done less to stimulate the pet farm industry.

 

Anyway start off by reading up the information that we have on this site about small claims in the County Court. We have lots of material here.

 

Also read up on our customer services guide – in case you get involved in any phone conversations with this breeder. In fact you should implement the advice in the customer services guide when you're dealing with any company.

 

I notice that you still haven't identified the breeder. Are you trying to protect them?

 

Please will you let us know what you said in your most recent letter before action. Also when did you send it and when did the deadline expire?

 

Are you sure you know where the breeder is? Because once you sue them and assuming you win – which you most likely will, you will then need to enforce the action. If they suddenly disappear then you will be left empty-handed and it might be better not wasting the money on starting.

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i sent the letters to give her a chance to refund me the first was the reaon daisy died and then the 2nd was a letter before action which i gave her 28 days to respond but had no reply and that letter went missing in the post so i resent the copy which someone at her bed and breakfast she runs signed for it on the 20th december

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Delight Persians

Dullan Brae House

53 Fife Street

Dufftown

MORAY

AB55 4AP

 

Use our contact form or simply call us on:

 

Tel: 01340 821525

Mobile: 0781 889 2091

News

Delight Persians are no longer breeding but have two kittens available

December 2015

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No, it won't ruin your court case. If it had any impact on your court case I wouldn't be asking for this information and publishing it.

 

However, if this breeder happens to come across this post then it might exercise her mind a little and make I think twice about how she's handling you and also about her whole attitude to trafficking in animals. Do I sound like an animal activist? No I'm not at all but I have to say that I don't like this kind of thing very much. I don't think animals are baubles.

 

Whoops, one thing which has occurred to me is are you in Scotland as well?

 

This could complicate matters just a little. Please let us know

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So you are in England and she is in Scotland.

 

I'm suddenly on shaky ground here and I'll have to go and ask the rest of the site team if somebody's got some quick answers.

 

To my shame, I should know this

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Can you tell us a bit about how the contract was made. Did you go to Scotland to collect the animal or was it sent down to you?

 

Is that because you are the consumer you can probably sue in England and especially if the contract was concluded in England then you can almost definitely suing England. However, we need to be sure.

 

You should also follow the links provided to you by site team: andyorch and see if that helps as well.

 

However, can you please tell us a bit more about how the transaction worked

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Please will you tell us about the transaction. Then we will be in a better position to help you.

 

You won't have to go to Scotland to file the claim. You'll be able to do that by post from wherever you are. On the other hand, it is possible that if it has to be heard in the Scottish court that you would then have to go to Scotland for the hearing.

 

You will have to make up your mind whether or not the money involved is worth it for you decide that you prefer to take the hit.

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Okay crossed post.

 

So the transaction was carried out in Scotland. You paid for the kitten there and you received it there.

 

I think you may find that you will need to sue in the Scottish courts but we will get back to you.

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You can issue the claim online using MCOL...you must also submit the following...

 

https://www.moneyclaimsuk.co.uk/PDFForms/N510.pdf

 

Chances are that they wont defend and there would be no need for any hearings in Scotland.

 

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OMG AM SO ANGRY SHES DOING A RUNNER :( well it look aso im waste my time really ....i could cry

 

Shes not sold yet.....and if she does it would be easy to locate her:wink:

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